Watch all 12 Columbus Neighborhoods from the beginning this summer. WOSU TV and WOSU Plus will present each of the films from the Emmy Award-winning documentaries starting with Columbus Neighborhoods: Short North on Monday, June 20 at 10pm on WOSU TV.
The Hot Times Festival began as a flea market and evolved into the culture, community, and musical festival it is today. It is held each year at the end of the summer and is considered a bonding experience for everyone in the Olde Town East family.
Located on Broad Street and now home to the Columbus Foundation, this building served as the Governor’s Mansion from the 1920s to the 1950s.
Now home to Franklin Park Conservatory, Franklin Park used to be the second home of the leisure class, who used parks like Franklin Park as their adoptive backyards. 8
From 1897 to 1945, the store front of 891 Oak Street served the Olde Towne East as the Oak Street Pharmacy. The space was reborn in 2012 as the Tavern Olde Towne.